What does DC stand for in a chiropractor?

Answer D.C. stands for Doctor of Chiropractic, which is the title a chiropractor earns after completing a chiropractic college program, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, chiroprac... Read More »

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Does going to the chiropractor hurt?

Your back hurts anyway, that's why you're getting treated.It might be a little uncomfortable the first time - but don't be scared, it will immediately feel way better and you will be glad you did.Y... Read More »

How much does a chiropractor earn?

According to The PayScale Report, chiropractors begin with a yearly salary of $37,318 to $59,424 as of May 2010. At one to four years of experience, they receive $39,458 to $62,372 and at five to n... Read More »

How long does a chiropractor go to school?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a chiropractor does two to four years of undergraduate work before completing a four-year chiropractic program. A prospective chiropractor then mus... Read More »

How does a chiropractor adjust your back?

A chiropractor applies pressure to a patient's back using his hands or an adjusting instrument. During a spinal adjustment, the chiropractor aims to correct the positioning of the vertebra in order... Read More »